Today’s Headlines

  • NYPD: We Don’t Ticket Law-Breaking Truck Drivers Because We Don’t Want To (DNA)
  • IBO: Subway Delays Cost New Yorkers Over $1M a Day in Lost Work Time (NYT, DNA)
  • Danielle Davis: “Blaming a Victim Who Cannot Represent Themselves Is Shameful” (Medium)
  • Uber Is Capitalizing on Transit Gaps Outside Manhattan (NYT)
  • NY’s Congressional Delegation Wants Creditors to Ease Up on Medallion Owners (Crain’s)
  • DNA Goes With Uber Driver’s Account of Crash While Cyclist He Hit Transported to Hospital
  • Truck Driver Runs Over Cyclist on Upper West Side — No Charges (Rag)
  • No Relief in Sight for Many Disabled New Yorkers Who Rely on the Subway (R’dale Press)
  • Former FTA Staffer Explains Buses to Mark Levine (Crain’s)
  • Rising Seas Are Affecting NYC Right Now (Curbed)
  • If You Want to Vote Next Month, You Gotta Register Today (DNA)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Larry Littlefield

    Constitutional convention. That’s why you want to vote next month. Coverage has been close to zero.

  • Zero Vision

    Vision Zero is a total joke. The mayor’s spokesperson is too busy lecturing advocates to tell the police to enforce truck rules.

  • Vooch

    Tell Wiley by allowing any ol’ private car or truck on Fifth he is endangering Trump Tower and our President.

  • AMH

    Yep–and the police don’t want to go out and ticket everybody driving a deadly truck, but they’re happy to issue blanket violations for harmless infractions by cyclists. So it’s not a reluctance to enforce the law. It’s a double-standard.

    Holding NYPD precincts accountable for traffic deaths and injuries, as some have suggested, is a necessary reform.